The Recording Department of the Clerk’s office is responsible for recording and archiving public records relating to real property transfers, marriage licenses, plats, liens and many other documents. We have imaged old books containing documents dating back to Eagle County’s inception in 1883.
All historical documents are available for researching and viewing in any of our offices. Basic information about recorded documents - excluding images - is also available online for documents recorded after 1983. We’re continually working on adding information for documents recorded earlier than 1983 to the online search engine too.
Our offices have public computers available for searching and viewing documents. We have experienced and knowledgeable staff available to assist you with your questions and locating resources for your record search.